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CPP Coordinator Responsibilities

School districts will need to identify a coordinator to administer the Colorado Preschool Program. Following are the duties and responsibilities of the CPP coordinators.

Act as Liaison to Colorado Department of Education:

  1. Submit annual report to CDE in the spring
  2. Attend CPP regional meetings
  3. Coordinate TA/Monitoring visits from CDE
  4. Participate in CPP listserv
  5. Respond to requests for information from CDE

Act as Liaison to School District:

  1. Report to school board, school administrators, and other personnel
  2. Coordinate an accurate reporting of October count
  3. Coordinate an accurate reporting of CPP funding
  4. Coordinate the development of transition plans to kindergarten

Facilitate the Enrollment Process:

  1. Initiate process to inform families of the availability of the program
  2. Coordinate enrollment process with Child Find
  3. Organize and implement the CPP enrollment process
  4. Verify children’s eligibility for the program
  5. Maintain files that meet Colorado Department of Human Service (CDHS) licensing and CPP requirements

Facilitate the Work of the District Advisory Council:

  1. Recruit members for the district advisory council
  2. Establish regular meeting times and locations
  3. Oversee process for monitoring quality in classrooms in which children are funded by CPP
  4. Work with district advisory council to prepare and annually update the comprehensive plan
  5. Facilitate an RFP process in community at least once every two years

Support the Classrooms where Children Funded by CPP Are Served:

  1. Identify training needs of CPP staff
  2. Assist in addressing staff training needs
  3. Ensure classrooms serving children funded by CPP are licensed by CDHS
  4. Ensure that Individual Learning Plans are developed for each child funded by CPP

Ensure Family Involvement and Support:

  1. Ensure families sign parent agreement
  2. Identify family support services
  3. Facilitate involvement and support activities

Study, Document, and Report Program Effectiveness:

  1. Support valid and reliable Results Matter implementation in all classrooms serving CPP children.
  2. Track children’s progress through elementary school
  3. Administer parent satisfaction surveys

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